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OMB Actions Show Progress in Implementing the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1980
IMTEC-84-24: Published: Sep 7, 1984. Publicly Released: Oct 15, 1984.
In response to a congressional request, GAO provided information on whether: (1) the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs (OIRA) is making progress in implementing the Paperwork Reduction Act; (2) OIRA should be reauthorized; (3) conflicts exist between a 6-year program to improve the management and administrative systems across the federal governmen...
Extending the Authorization of the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1980
123816: Apr 4, 1984
GAO discussed the reauthorization of the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1980, the Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) implementation of the act, and a proposal to amend the act. GAO believes that OMB has made significant progress in implementing the act. OMB has issued a 5-year automatic data processing (ADP) and telecommunications plan which it believes will bring about effective ADP and telecomm...
Oversight and Reauthorization of the Paperwork Reduction Act
121311: May 6, 1983
GAO discussed the oversight and reauthorization of the Paperwork Reduction Act. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has made some progress toward implementing the act, especially in the area of reducing Federal paperwork burdens; however, it has fallen behind schedule in meeting statutory milestones for completing other task requirements. GAO believes that OMB needs to provide stronger leade...
Reauthorization of the Paperwork Reduction Act
121236: Apr 27, 1983
Testimony was given on the reauthorization of the Paperwork Reduction Act. GAO supports the act's reauthorization because of its great potential for achieving substantial savings, increased productivity, and improved service delivery. GAO found that the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has made some progress toward implementing the act, especially in reducing federal paperwork burdens. Howeve...
Data Collected from Non-Federal Sources: Statistical and Paperwork Implications
GGD-78-54: Published: May 17, 1978. Publicly Released: May 17, 1978.
Important paperwork and statistical issues facing the government and the public, including individuals, businesses, and state and local governments, are identified. Statistical issues are concerned with the planning methodology, collection, analysis, tabulation, dissemination, use, and potential use of statistics. Paperwork issues involve the burden placed on those outside the federal government w...
Improvements Still Needed in Fulfilling Federal Reports Act Responsibilities
GGD-77-38: Published: May 25, 1977. Publicly Released: May 25, 1977.
Problems have been encountered by the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and by the Department of Labor (DOL) in fulfilling their responsibilities under the Federal Reports Act.A lack of information and staff limitations preclude the Office from adequately assessing the need for data proposed for collection and data collected by federal agencies. The Office is developing a "key word" vocabulary...
Department of Defense's Efforts to Develop and Implement New Military Service Guidelines for Assembling and Reporting Statistical Data on Enlisted Retention
B-160096: Published: Nov 17, 1976. Publicly Released: Nov 17, 1976.
The Department of Defense (DOD) has developed new military service guidelines for assembling and reporting statistical data on enlisted retention.Revised instructions for retention rate reports provide for three reporting formats: Quarterly Reenlistment and Retention Rate Report; Quarterly Report on Separation Not Eligible to Reenlist by Reason Not Eligible; and Semi-Annual Report on Reenlistment...